An Angular Cabin Is Perfectly Poised to Soak Up Breathtaking Forest Vistas

An Angular Cabin Is Perfectly Poised to Soak Up Breathtaking Forest Vistas

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By Melissa Dalton
Set on a forested Vancouver Island lot nestled between mountains and ocean, this sculptural house follows the contour of the land.

Around 2015, architect Javier Campos of Campos Studio ran into his next client while she was out walking her dog in Vancouver, B.C. "She said that she was leaving Vancouver and moving to Sooke," says Campos. The motto for the district of Sooke, located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, is "Where the rainforest meets the sea"—and that perfectly describes the acreage Campos’ client purchased to build a small two-bedroom house, with one bedroom for her, and one for incoming guests she was sure to have. 

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